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Aug 8, 2013 7:00pm EDT
with an audience, i know what it felt like. mrs. obama talked about it when we had a screening at the white house, how excruciating that scene was, and how she wanted young people to see how far we've come and to realize that we're not there yet. i think it's more than just racial discrimination. i think it's discrimination of all kinds - religious, ethnic. i think we need to do a better job. tavis: yeah. i know, given your stature, it's not about you going to the white house. there are presidents who wanted to meet you when they come out this way. but i am curious as to whether or not there was - this represented a moment for you to be in the white house with a black first family with a movie being screened with this subject matter. >> i'm so over thinking of him as a black president. i think of him as our president, wrestling with so many daunting issues and problems. i was delighted to be there. one of the things that was important in that visit is that mrs. robinson was there with a number of jackie robinson scholarship recipients from across the country, young kids who were b
Aug 12, 2013 8:00am EDT
mention randolph and fdr, can youput in compare the difficult economic ?eriod with this under obama >> i was a student during the , and for some reason i felt it was necessary to .ecome a philosopher there were more crises of humanity. what can we do? were we just interested in jobs so we can become materialists, or did we value human values. i think the understanding we have to build our souls and not just the economy is going among the people, and the world needs that. tavis: this is why i love you so much. you mentioned fdr and a philip randolph and the work they did together. this week marks the 50th annirsary of the big march in detroit. you can read this online these days. speechous i have a dream , we celebrate 50 years this coming august. before king got to washington to deliver this speech, he went to detroit. worked it out. he used it as a testing ground. first in detroit. grace lee boggs was in the audience. >> i was an organizer. rex she was an organizer when dr. king came to detroit. 100,000 people. >> 2000 people. tavis: -- 200,000 people. tavis: i am only 48, but your
Aug 22, 2013 8:00am EDT
su jefe que lo califica como buen soldado, el gobierno de obama revelÓ secretos de espionaje. reconociÓ que ordeno a la agencia de seguridad nacional, dejar de revisar e-mail de estadounidenses que no tenÍan relaciÓn con el terrorismo, serÍan 56 mil correos electrÓnicos, una corte le ordenÓ a la agencia que lo hiciera, tambiÉn en respuesta por parte del gobierno, las filtraciones, del ex analista de filtraciÓn de inteligecia, y prÓfugo de autoridades edward snowden. policÍas de massachusetts tienen una nueva visiÓn contra el delito, lentes equipados con minicÁmaras que captan lo que tiene alrededor. la cÁmara esta adherida a gafas, y graba cada movimiento de cabeza de la gente que la utiliza, cuando detecta a un conductor con exceso de velocidad, o suceso sospechoso en un operativo, se lo hacen saber, las imÁgenes no alteran ni manipulan, la grabaciÓn se ve en telÉfonos inteligentes. quÉ bien que tenemos la tecnologÍa a disposiciÓn plena de agentes del orden que velan por nuestra seguridad, tambiÉn el jueves, tenemos quÉ saber que nos depara en el estado
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